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SHE IS AN ICON. SHE IS A LEGEND. AND SHE WILL FOREVER BE THE MOMENT
@someone else Jane went to North Vietnam and consorted with the enemy while American troops were dying. The North Vietnamese used her for a propaganda tool. She was photographed with North Vietnamese weapons. Yes, the war was wrong and based on falsity. That doesn't matter. Jane was wrong too and had since apologized.
@Carolina I was around. I was born in the 1950's.I knew people who died in Nam. Your hatred is for the wrong person .
The story behind "On golden pond" is so moving. Reconciling with your own past is really powerful and demonstrative of how beautifully intrincate human relationships can be. And she did it using as a medium what bonded both her and her father: movies.
As a woman who was abandoned by her father as a little girl, her describing the experience of making a movie with him, really made me cry.
Not to objectify Jane or any woman, and I LOVED her performance in On Golden Pond...but her body in that movie! She was about my age and THAT blows my mind. I love the way she and Robert Redford have a great personal and private bond.
She literally manifested her healing moment for both of them and all those who watched the movie.
In her documentary, Jane says that her father liked to rehearse everything before filming, but she decided to improvise something. After her father delivered his lines in the scene where they discuss their relationship, she touched his arm unexpectadly and he had to cover his face because he started crying. Very moving indeed.
This was just epic. I couldn't take my eyes off her. I'm also currently reading Jane's autobiography. What a woman 🌹
The story of both parents!❤
Her autobiography is genuinely so inspiring.
She should get the Kennedy center honor this year. She defied the establishment and became one of the few actresses that had portrayed three dimensional female characters back in the 60s and 70s, which was rare in Hollywood back in the day. She would make history as the first child of a previous Kennedy Center Honoree, her late Father Henry Fonda, to receive one as well. Her roles have been personally uncompromising in its depth and quality. Despite having a legendary actor for a father, she managed to be successful in her own right and have longevity in this cutthroat business and influence actresses who came after her.
@T Tlt We never belonged in Vietnam in the first place, and if JFK had survived, we would have been out years sooner. Unfortunately, LBJ escalated the troops. Boomers were angry at Jane because she dressed in the enemies' uniform and posed on a communist North Vietnamese tank, thus demoralizing our soldiers. She went about it the wrong way. The young men who were drafted and forced to fight in that foreign jungle deserved more empathy and consideration.
@faithe54 That’s not true. The Kennedy Center Board of Trustees are the ones who select the honorees, not the president nor the parties.
@Zack Williams The two pro-war parties will never allow it. But ste is a good person, and many have admiration for her talents and her concern for the well-being of the less fortunate among us, and for the planet.
oh i love this idea. i hope she does get the Kennedy Center honor
Jane is such a legend, I'll miss Grace and Frankie when it's over, she does a fantastic job.
@inlovewithhealth final 12 episodes were just released!
İs it still on
@c jordan Let it go, she's profusely apologized for any gaffes she made about Vietnam Nam but we all wanted to know why we were there and our government was lying to us. I protested as did my friends who were drafted. My uncle had to go so I do have skin in this game. She's an extraordinary actress and an exemplary human being and she's one of the few people in the world that sincerely apologizes when wrong.
Are they going to finish season 7 or are we left with just the four episodes?
A legend to YOU. To a lot of us , who remember history , not so much.
"I spent my 82nd birthday in jail" A LEGEND
She is truly iconic. I mean, really, how can someone not admire and love this woman? She's done everything and's still doing it !! Her vibe, her energy, all on point.
@Hilton Preach!! And I've watched every single one of her movies
Agreed. Her acting is insanely natural and good. Never disliked anything she was in.
@Nefaria Adventures Have you googled all the US war crimes conducted during Vietnam? And WW2? She was rightly reacting to those, as well as the fact that US troops shpuld not have been there. Good on her.
@Pedro someday we'll all be over 70, so we should care, and her actions were directed at them, so why would they not care?
@Mikayla Eager it was the way she went about it, calling for them to be jailed. I think at this point, most Vietnam Vets are against the war and a lot of the crap that went with it.
She is honestly beyond words to describe. She's iconic. She's a masterpiece of a human being. Nothing but love for this incredible woman
I agree! She is an iconic. If I could she her today my eyes would fill with tears and just want to tell her how amazing that she has always been in my life. I didn't think bad of her back then, because I was so young and loved everything that she had done. And today I still don't think and feel bad about Jane Fonda. She is a very impressive woman/actress. I will always and forever love and admire her 🥰❤😊❣ I hope some day I will be able to meet her in my life time❤
A great actress and human being
she is so amazing, what a LIFE she has had! She saw so much, did so much, learned and pushed herself. Most of us never do HALF the living she did with the energy she did it with.
I absolutely love this woman and what she has always stood for and done. Well done Jane!
This is worth watching just for the "On Golden Pond" part alone. That made me tear up. I love this series.
she just has, and always had the ability to transfer true emotion through the camera. even her interviews make me tear up.
Jane Fonda has given at least 2 or 3 performances that I think are the best ever recorded to film. Clearly one of the top 5 actresses the US has ever produced. A performance like Klute would win in almost any year.
She recalls over 5 decade old memories like it was yesterday. So sharp and impressive.
The wicked do live FOREVER!!!!
@9melissal - Lol. How many 105 y.o.'s do you see walking around? It's not that she can recall things, but the specific details and articulate them so clearly that is what impressive.
She's 85, not 105. It's not typical to not be sharp enough to recall things at that age. My grandparents are in their 90s and are just as sharp as her. It's funny how so many people expect older people to be.
I want to be Jane Fonda at 85 when I reach that age. She is an example of being a lifelong student and that age is limitless.
@Linda Klooster The OC did not mention her looks at all. Read the comment again. "She is an example of being a lifelong student and that age is limitless". Plastic surgery contributes nothing to those things.
@B. K Plastic surgery does not make you fit or give you an overall awesome body. Jane Fonda has a very young spirit and tons of energy for a person her age. But, "clever" comment, I guess...and how original of you! Did you come up with that all by yourself? SO witty!!!
@B. K yes but at least she’s had it done tastefully
When you have a enough Money 💰 You can be looks like her!! Without 💰,,, you can’t
Pay a doctor enough money and you too can look like her,cosmetic surgeries have come a long way
This woman looks younger with every year that passes. You go girl! Keep making your voice heard for all the right causes and the under dogs of this world. I have admired you since Vietnam. I was a teenager then and that war was so unpopular. I remember back then you got a lot of bad press for your take on Vietnam, but you did it anyway. I have always admired you ever sine.
She has gone overboard with fillers now.
Not a fan of the lips being plumped and the lift but yes it can make a person look less old.
It’s so beautiful how Jane talks about her father. You can really feel how much he meant to her
Jane Fonda is so intelligent and real and strong and inspiring. I love her!
All of Jane's aerobic exercising paid off. Well done, Jane, and may you have many more healthy days ahead of you.
@Chelsa Brinkman Bet she could run circles around most of us, her obvious energy is still quite something to witness. She is truly a remarkable woman and artist.
@Hanna Hill Not all. Her speech is clear and quick, her posture is great, her eyes are bright, and the list goes on. She has taken great care of herself and it has paid off.
it’s all good genes and good plastic surgery!
Is crazy how much respect for her father she still have, even after all these year after he’s passed 🥺🥺..
I have heard several elderly ppl on their death beds call out for their mothers and/or fathers. This connection lasts a lifetime.
Jane Fonda is a living legend, intelligent, eloquent, funny with a regal dignity and still absolutely gorgeous. Wow 🤩
Love this. A great career. I have so much admiration for her. I'm surprised Agnes of God got left off her list unless this had some editing - it is a really good adaptation of a play and great performances. Regardless she is a pioneer for ladies, activism,, exercise, independence and self-strength. She genuinely cares about America and also takes the times to understand more about other countries and global issues.
Her memory is incredible. I'm 40 and I can't remember anything in my life that happens 20 years ago with the level of detail that she talks about things that happens 40, 50 years ago!
@c jordan Was your comment removed?!
But a selective memory.
I'm 61 and can't always remember what I did last week!!!.Lovely Jane, have always liked her.
@Elle McMahon She's amazing
Such a legend. Completely transparent and extremely classy with a whole lotta edge.
She got me big time with the "On Golden Pond" story. Both surreal and poignant.
Barefoot in the park is one of my all time favorite movies. I've been watching it since my mom introduced me to it as a kid and still love it!
Such a pleasure to watch. I love how fierce and fiercely herself she is. I appreciate that she’s willing to expose her vulnerabilities and be self deprecating in a very genuine way. Love this series VF!
VF always seems to skip my favorite film in this series and in this case it's Julia, for I'm of the mind that the scene in the restaurant between Fonda and Vanessa Redgrave is possibly the most extraordinary piece of acting between two women ever to be captured on film.
Agree. Love that film and that scene is tremendous!
I always love whatever Jane does I think she is a fantastic actress!
Love her acting and all the wonderful roles and characters she brought to life. She is an wonderful icon in the industry!
She’s incredible! Stunning inside and out!
@Anirudh Bhattacharya She said that she's 85. Her energy is still remarkable!
She looks 50 and she's over 80.💀
A true classy Hollywood beauty.Jane sounds so healthy and she looks great. The hairstyle here is the best style and colour for her.
The raw honesty she is sharing, especially the Barbarella section, is admirable
Nothing but love, respect and admiration for this incredible woman. 💙
A legend and a beautiful spirit inside and out so much respect for her.
I love you, Jane Fonda; your heart, your courage to speak up (when you could have just sat back in your secure life and said nothing), your witt and of course your brilliant acting. Thank you for being my "repeater." Please bless us with many, many more years of YOU!!! 😊❤
Man I love this woman, what an inspiration
I want to be her when I grow up! she's just truly awesome. she has used her fame to make people aware of important matters. she wasn't content to be just another pretty actor. 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
She is courageous, smart, beautiful inside and out. She has been my favorite actress for years along with Doris Day!
I have loved and respected Jane Fonda for more years than I can remember. To say that she inspires me is an understatement. A major contribution that Jane Fonda has made in my life is the knowledge that we can continue to grow and improve our lives at all stages of life.
Such an incredible woman. I’m going back to watch every film. And she looks better than ever at 85.
Why do people always mentions a woman''s looks, but yet when men are interviewed the comments are about things that actually matter?
I applaud you, Jane! You’re authentic attitude is pure joy to me
I love simply love her, she is a amazing human being. Strong convictions, brave, vulnerable brilliant.
Grace and Frankie is me and my mums comfort show its so great! It's funny but also has touching moments and also love the outfits Grace and Frankie wear in every episode. Bet they had an absolute blast filming!!
comfort show... that's the word I was looking for..... that's what I also feel... ❤️
I love this woman! She's such a beautiful and touching actress--plus a real human being.
This magnificent women epitomises the term “a living legend” 🙏
THIS IS WHAT WE NEEDED!! Thank you Vanity Fair, Jane Fonda is such and icon. 🥰
I get the feeling than all the men she married didn’t deserve her
And she let them know it, albeit in her own inimitable style. What an amazing lady
This was such a beautiful candid episode and Jane is such a gem, now I want to watch everything she’s ever made.
I love Jane Fonda! One of my absolute favorite actresses ever! I always love her stories in interviews and she also has a great documentary about herself called: Jane Fonda in Five Acts. Highly recommend that one!
the grey hair looks incredible!! she is absolutely stunning and wonderful and hearing her tell all these stories about old hollywood and what these films mean to her is amazing
One of the few actors/ celebrities that actually deserve to be called "Icon"
I am already crying, thinking about the end of this series. Grace is my favorite character in this show. Grace and Frankie, beyond makes me laugh, makes me reflect about the older people and getting older too. Jane is a great actress and is delightful see her acting.
I grew up thinking she was a dopey aerobics instructor and she's actually one of the greatest living activists who made fitness videos just because she wanted to bankroll her programs for social change. She is a hero and deserves to be seen as such.
Her beauty, humanity, ferocity and insight are the stuff of legend. She's such a great communicator, that analogy with the antenna was dead on. I loved this! 🎬🧡
@ohthelovelypoems then why are so many Vietnam veterans still so upset with her?
@Benita Tyson So many of us wanted to know why we were in Vietnam Nam and why our male friends were being forced to sign up to the draft. She went there looking for answers. She has profusely apologized if she made any gaffes. Bet that special name for her was created by our own government to discount her and what she was trying to do. My one uncle had to go there so despite being against the war my own family was involved in it too. Simply calling her that is a cheap shot and basely ignorant.
@Benita Tyson whatever...
My favorite movie of hers growing up was "The doll maker" Set in the depression and such a great story of struggle and loss and finding happiness again. (I see two little girls in your eyes ma! Well thats you hunny! Me and Callie Lou) ugh.... rip my heart out. She is an ICON.
I think of that movie every so often. Still tears me up!
Outstanding woman. Great example, so inspired after this interview!
I feel bad for Jane about not having a relationship with her father, Henry. They both became movie iconoclasts, yet were sooo very different people. Her, Lily & Dolly are totally #FriendshipGoals! Anyway, lastly, #GraceNFrankieIsLikeMyFavoriteShowEvah!!! (That is all & thank you Jane Fonda!)
Her description of her experience of filming On Golden Pond with her father was just so poignant and endearing.
40 years since they made the film and since he died, but it clearly still makes her emotional. Very touching.
We are tired of that story , dear.
Jane's an American Treasure...and an incredible actress...and activist!💖
I met her once on site when I worked on grace and Frankie she was the kindest most honest and open individual and she gathered a bunch of young girls and she insisted that we vote that we never let anybody especially the government silence our voices she instilled that we pay attention to the news and then we read the newspaper and we don't get caught up on trends because the classics will always be in style and she always said be very careful how you treat people because karma is real.
She’s just so iconic and awesome. I love her ♥️
She is such A LEGEND. What she has done and is still doing to contribute to equality, freedom, and life itself is phenomenal. I’m so excited but also so sad that Grace and Frankie’s final episodes will be released soon, but it’s been an amazing 7 years. 🥰
I mean I remember watching “9 to 5” as a kid and just loving the story, the chemistry of Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda and Dolly Parton. It was an important film in cinema because it discussed society and its treatment of women in the workplace. Now here I am being such a fan of “Grace and Frankie”, loving the story, their chemistry, the timely storyline and most of all how to survive and be happy even as you get older and life deals you a hand you didn’t see coming. I appreciate her narrative of her life journey in film.
Incredibly Inspiring. You help me maintain hope Ms. Fonda. Thank you
I've grown up with Jane Fonda. Yes, I turned 75 this year. I've seen most of her movies. I'm so in love with "Grace and Frankie"! Jane and Lily are doing an unbelievable acting job on this series!! So natural, so funny, it's like their doing it in real life! I've also been a huge fan of Lily Tomlin through the years. They are both meant for their parts. You've done a wonderful job on this KRclip video history of your career Jane. Thank you so much for sharing your life and career with all of us!! I appreciate you, and so grateful for the opportunity to see your movies.💕
19:10 - she was right. Monster-In-Law was a really fun movie to watch & whomever thought about bringing Jane, back to the movie business... THANK YOU! Right movie, right time for "the return of Jane Fonda."
Jane said he was she who wanted to get back into show biz after the long hiatus in Atlanta
That movie is one of my absolute favourites, funny and sweet, total guilty pleasure to stick it on and giggle
I still watch that movie..just last week ..twice 🧡
I highly recommend her biography. She’s done so much with her life and still has so much life in her.
@ahkiv We all are. it's called being human.
@R.P. McMurphy Her wonderful 2005 autobiography is called ‘My Life So Far.’
YOU ARE SO CONFUSED!
She’s an inspiration in every single way! Thank you JF
jane fonda is one of the most inspiring women of all time. every day i strive to be like her
La amo, es tan auténtica, inteligente, un ejemplo de vida
This woman is such an inspiration!!!!! Seeing her documentary I fell even more in love with her!!!
Is shocking how beautiful she looks, the fact she can look this good and smooth with no skin all pulled to oblivion is not just good plastic surgery but great skincare and lifestyle, otherwise, you end up with a pulled face but an old person's posture and voice, she is like someone 25 years younger
According to her, it's good genes and money. :P
this woman is THE REAL DEAL ❤️❤️❤️❤️
Jane Fonda is an incredible talent and human rights activist, but also:I mean this with zero irony--her plastic surgeon deserves a lifetime achievement award. There are women less than half her age that look deformed after getting minimal fillers/Botox. No she does not look 25 or 30, but here is Jane Fonda looking flawless and at least 25 years younger than her age.
She once said if she were nit in show biz she wouldn't have done the surgery. But we should not worry about wrinkles when there are so many more important matters. We need to not judge ppl for looking "old." Aging is natural and having surgery is risky. The pandemic should remind us we are all lucky to be alive.
the lighting has alot to do with that. She is in excellent shape and has had more than her fair share of cosmetic procedures but it's the lighting that eliminates the appearance of wrinkles/suggests smooth skin.
She’s extremely gorgeous! I first saw her in Monster-in-law, my Hispanic family watched because of JLo but really fell in love with Jane. Her role was iconically fierce, it really made us laugh on how savage she was. Now we watch it on a monthly basis for movie night or even background sound.
This is well done. Every film mentioned correlates to a track of culture. Loved hearing the details of "On Golden Pond".Loved hearing about her activist, wish she had more to say about free speech and Freeing Julian Assange.
She is a great storyteller - so much detail!
I don't understand why this legend still haven't received a Kennedy Center Honor, when people less deserving have been given that honour!
Thank you for all that you do! I saw you in Cleveland at a brown bag luncheon, at the time 9 to 5 came out and I was so impressed. It was a dynamic speech by a dynamic person. Thank you, you are truly blessed!!
She's such an inspiration and a admirable woman. Love her
Phenomenal interview... she is a magnetic force!!!
What a legacy, what a full life. The iconic, legendary Jane Fonda
what a great empowering inspiring woman. I love her so much
We use the words “legend” and “icon” to readily now. SHE is the embodiment of both-not too mention grace, wit, confidence and beauty.
So true!! She's a badass! Love her!
She will always be effortlessly beautiful. What an icon.
Thank you Jane for being who you are, and for what you have given us
a true ICON! I live and love her so much, she is such an incredible woman and role model for so many people
Love her movies. Can't think of a better Grace on Grace and Frankie. I love them together. I'm going to miss that show. 👏
Love Jane Fonda. The epitome of a beautiful aging woman. Love her movies and her book. Elegance and class 🌹🌹
I’ve Always loved Jane! She’s an Amazing human being!!
Ahhh Jane Fonda is incredible!!! I have so much respect for her as an artist. She speaks so eloquently and she’s just so classy
Still so full of life and thriving, so inspiring!
I love this lady,she is so talented
They Shoot Horses... and Klute made me a lifelong fan, and she continues to NOT disappoint. A great person, a great actor!
Same here. I absolutely agree. I first saw "Klute" 40 years ago and it remains one of my favourite films of all time. I think Jane sums it up greatly that the direction, cinematography and music all contributed to the atmosphere of the film - as did her powerhouse performance.
She is just, in every single way, incredible.
Total class act. What an incredible woman 💖
What a wonderful human being. Imagine what good we could do if we all did as much as Jane Fonda does to make this a better world to live in. Thoroughly enjoyed this.
@ohthelovelypoems It took decades for her to apologize and then she took her apology back. I was a huge fan of hers back then. I watched everything she did and loved her in Klute and then she became a traitor. I didnt like the Vietnam war any more than she did but I would never turn my back on my country and party with the enemy which is what she did. I can still see her on that enemy vehicle bouncing and laughing. A lot of our troops who were coming back to the US were being spit on by protesters that she helped to breed.my brother in law was one . Leftist like her can't see past their own noses and even try to understand how someone else sees and feels things. I I I and me me me is all I hear in this interview.
@ohthelovelypoems IT WILL NEVER BE ENOUGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! she is a wicked human...
@Lfw Agh I'm not an American, so your views on Jane Fonda are of no concern of mine.
She went there to try to find out exactly why we were there and why our country was making our male friends and relatives put themselves in harm's way via a forced draft system. I don't know anyone who was for the war in Vietnam even my uncle who had to go there. Besides that she has profusely and sincerely apologized for any hurt feelings to the soldiers who were there. Time to let it go.
So wonderful as she gazed in admiration at enemy weapons that wounded and killed our troops. God help us if there were more people like her. She did not and never will make this world a better place.
She’s a TOTAL ICON! Jane You’re the BEST!!!❤️
They Shoot Horses, Don't They? is one of those movies that sticks with you after you watch it. A haunting movie and Jane Fonda was so great.
This is probably the most deserving career breakdown. Jane Fonda has lived so many lives and actresses today wouldn’t have a blueprint if not for Jane Fonda 💕💕💅💅
I simply adore Jane in everyway, she's my Queen.